Tarrus Riley for HICC gig
23 October 2017
It is a dream come true for several reggae fans.
One of the finest reggae artistes of this era, Tarrus Riley is expected to perform in the country this Saturday.
The Jamaican reggae star is billed to perform at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) alongside Jamaican saxophonist legend Dean Fraser and his band, The Black Soul.
There is also a massive and intriguing line up of supporting acts which includes Jah Prayzah, Soul Jah Love, Seh Calaz, Killer T, Templeman and Garry B, Judgement Yard, Gary Tight and DJ Cables.
Triplife Entertainment spokesperson said:
“We are very excited to announce that one of the biggest reggae artistes of our time Tarrus Riley is coming to Zimbabwe.
“A lot of reggae fans have been requesting and suggesting for Tarrus to come to Zimbabwe, we have heard their call and we are glad that come Saturday he will be performing live at the HICC.
“He is also coming with Dean Fraser and his full band so definitely it’s a show not to miss as we have the best local acts on the line up as well.”
Tarrus Riley is popular for hit songs like Gimme likkle one drop, Sorry is a sorry word, We run it (Jamaica), Human nature, Burning desire and Mankind among many others.
Born Omar Riley in New York, USA but raised in Jamaica, Tarrus is the son to the late veteran reggae singer Jimmy Riley.